CCBC Annual Giving
 
 
 

Annual Giving Campaign
Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the CCBC Annual Giving Campaign?

CCBC alumni and friends are invited to lend philanthropic support to CCBC students in various different ways. These contributions will provide an extra margin of excellence that allows us to perform our mission – providing an accessible, affordable, and high quality education to our students.

2. Where will the contribution be used?

You have the opportunity to choose to designate your gift to a particular CCBC campus or school, the alumni scholarship fund, or the student emergency assistance fund. It is your choice to make.

Fund Descriptions

CCBC Campuses

CCBC alumni who graduated before 1998 may feel an allegiance to the campuses that were formerly Catonsville Community College, Dundalk Community College and Essex Community College. These alumni may choose to make donations to the general funds at CCBC Catonsville, CCBC Dundalk, CCBC Essex, or CCBC extension centers at Hunt Valley or Owings Mills.

CCBC Schools

School of Applied & Information Technology

Programs: Art, Design & Inter. Media, Information Technology, Network Technology, and Technical Schools. For further details about particular classes, please access the information on our website.

School of Justice

Programs included in Criminal Justice, Paralegal Studies and Pre-law.

School of Business, Social Science, Wellness & Education -

Business includes programs in Accounting, Aviation Management, Business Administration, Economics, Hospitality Management,
Recreation, Parks and Tourism.

Social Science includes programs in Anthropology, Chemical Dependency Counseling, Human Services, Labor Studies, Political Science,
Psychology, Sociology amd Women’s Studies.

Wellness includes programs in Health, Health and Fitness and Physical Education.

Education includes programs in Teacher Education, Education Degree Options, and Education Program Information.

School of Liberal Arts

Arts and Science programs in Dance, English, English as a Second Language, Foreign Language.

Humanities includes Interior Design, Interpreter Preparation, Music and Mass Communication, and Performing Arts, Philosophy, Reading Senior Studies, Speech and Theatre.

School of Health Professions

Programs in Dental Hygiene, Medical Laboratory Technician, Physician Assistant, EEG Technician, Mental Health Practitioner, Radiation Therapy, Emergency Medical Technology, Mortuary Science, Radiography, Histotechnology, Nursing, Respiratory Care Therapist,
Massage Therapy, Occupational Therapy Assistant, and Veterinary Technology.

School of Mathematics and Science

Programs: Astronomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Floristry, Forensic Science, Geography, Geology,
Geospatial Applications, Horticulture, Mathematics, Meteorology, Oceanography, and Physics.

School of Continuing Education

Provides Life Enrichment Programs, Career Training Programs, Apprenticeship Training, Commercial Vehicle License, Senior Institute,
Leadership & Management, Justice & Homeland Security, etc. For more information and a more extensive listing, visit the CCBC website.

Emergency Assistance Fund - The Financial Aid Offices on each campus are given funds each academic year to use at their discretion for students with special financial needs. Donations to these emergency assistance and book funds allow the Financial Aid Office to respond to students' needs.

CCBC Alumni Scholarships

The CCBC Alumni Scholarship Fund assists returning (from the previous semester) CCBC students based on merit as specified by guidelines developed by the CCBC Alumni Association. Donations to this scholarship fund ensure that full-time and part-time returning students have opportunities to obtain needed educational funding.

 
 
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